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The Longitudinal Effects of Preschoolers Peer Interaction on Self-Control with Linguistic and Cognitive Abilities as Mediators: Focusing on Gender Differences
Yu-Jin Jang, Yea-Ji Hong, Kangyi Lee
Fam. Environ. Res. 2018;56(2):133-144.   Published online April 20, 2018
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6115/fer.2018.010
The Effect of Tension and Low Self-Control on Cyber Deviation: Analyzing The Mediating Effect of Internet Addiction and Moderating Effect of Anonymity
Sujung Nam
J. Korean Home Econ. Assoc. 2011;49(2):63-74.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6115/khea.2011.49.2.063
The Self-Control Strategies of Married Women to Restrain their Buying Impulse
Song, In-Sook, Yang, Deok-Soon
J. Korean Home Econ. Assoc. 2006;44(12):65-78.
High-School Students' Internet Addiction and Related Variables
Young Ja Jeon, Seo, Moon Young
J. Korean Home Econ. Assoc. 2006;44(3):13-25.
The Effect of Parental Monitoring and Adolescents' Self-Control on Adolescents' Problem Behavior
Jung-Ja Ko
J. Korean Home Econ. Assoc. 2005;43(2):1-17.
The Individual and Environmental Variables that Affect Children셲 Game Addiction Tendency
J. Korean Home Econ. Assoc. 2004;42(4):99-118.
The Strategies of Consumers to Resist their Buying Impulse
J. Korean Home Econ. Assoc. 2003;41(12):103-116.
The Effects of Children's Perception of Communications with Mothers and Self-Control on Game Addiction
J. Korean Home Econ. Assoc. 2003;41(1):77-91.
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